At Texas Health hospitals, our joint care program is built around you. We ask questions and put diagnostic tools to work for you to get the information we need. Then, the health care professionals at our hospitals — nurses, physicians on the medical staff, therapists and clinical coordinators — create a personalized care plan, centered on a conservative approach to your care.
Awards and Accreditations
Texas Health Arlington Memorial, Texas Health Fort Worth, Texas Health Plano and Texas Health Clearfork, a part of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest, are accredited by The Joint Commission® for Advanced Certification for Total Hip and Knee Replacement. This accreditation is built on evidence-based proof of clinical quality for total hip and total knee replacement care.
Walking with you through every step of your journey at several Texas Health hospitals, a dedicated joint care coordinator is available to answer questions, provide support and assist you and your family. Your joint care coordinator is an experienced health care professional who has walked others through their care plans, listening and answering the questions that arise and helping you to return to as normal a life as possible.
Want to know more? Talk to a joint care coordinator at one of the hospitals below.
Texas Health Allen
Texas Health Arlington Memorial
Texas Health Clearfork
Texas Health Dallas
Texas Health Flower Mound
Texas Health Plano
Texas Health Southwest
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Orthopedic Trauma Care
In addition to elective orthopedic and joint care, Texas Health cares for orthopedic cases where you never saw it coming, whether it be from an accident or injury. Texas Health emergency rooms are open 24-hours a day, seven days a week and prepared for serious injuries and illnesses, including orthopedic trauma. Orthopedic surgeons with specializations in the treatment of fractures and trauma are on staff at hospitals across our system.
Texas Health Dallas and Texas Health Fort Worth are also designated as Level I Trauma Centers, providing regional resources for patients who require complex orthopedic trauma care. These hospitals are among only 22 Level I Trauma Facilities in Texas.